Charpentier’s Acteon with Magnificat “Of the excellent singers, Jennifer Ellis (Diana) was outstanding. Ellis sings as sweetly as she looks, offering a freshness of voice, fineness of timbre, and ease of production that place her in the front rank of early-music sopranos.””


Handel's Messiah with the Seattle Baroque Orchestra “Ellis’ soaring vocals gave the feel of youthful… passionate commitment””

— Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Handel's Esther with the American Bach Soloists “Jennifer Ellis, in the role of the Israelite Woman, impressed with her lyric soprano, a silver thread fine as silk.””


Spain, South America and Africa" with Portland Baroque and Andrew Lawrence-King “Ellis, a soprano with a fluent and agile voice, brought a clear purpose to her "xacaras," stabbing her high notes, sighing between phrases and twisting her tone from warm to piercing.””

— The Oregonian

Fiesta Mexicana" with Andrew Lawrence King “… was nicely complemented by the brighter, open sonorities of the wonderfully expressive soprano Jennifer Ellis.””

— Beacon Journal- Cleveland

Vivaldi at the Pieta" with New York Collegium and Andrew Parrott The standout among the soloists was soprano Jennifer Ellis, who sang with a lovely, clear tone and a sense of joy.” - Sarah Bryan Miller

— Saint Loius Today

New Trinity Baroque soprano Jennifer Ellis sang the texts with a pure and pretty voice and disarming sincerity”

— The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Bach's B minor Mass with the Charlotte Symphony “the sounds that wafted from her throat in the "Laudamus te" aria were heavenly. In solos with Lockley and mezzo Margaret Bragle, Ellis brought out the best in her partners.””

— Charlotte Creative Loafing

Villancicos y Cantatas recording for KOCH “Both Jennifers (Lane and Ellis) are Baroque specialists who seamlessly shift into the more "popular" performance styles represented on this CD. Individually, they sing beautifully, and when they sing together, they discover a veritable "New World" of beauty.”” - Robert Cummins